Nvidia GeForce Now app Adds Native supports for M1 Macs 

This year, Nvidia’s cloud-gaming app GeForce Now was able to bring Fortnite to iOS and iPadOS devices. GeForce Now now has native support for M1-based Mac devices. Nvidia recently added the change to the GeForce Now app on macOS. Here are the facts.

Now, M1 Macs can run Nvidia GeForce.

Nvidia has announced that its GeForce Now cloud-gaming app is getting a new update called 2.0.40. After the update, you can play Amazon’s best-selling game, Lost Ark, on your Mac. It also has native support for Apple products that use the M1 chip.

The company said that the GeForce Now app on macOS will now be able to run faster and use less power on M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra-powered systems. Last year’s M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBooks, the 2021 iMac, the Mac Studio, and more.

The company said this update will save energy, start apps faster, and improve the GeForce NOW experience on M1-based MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis in a blog post.

A new “Genre” tab has been added to the bottom of the Games menu to make it easier for people to find games in a particular genre. According to Nvidia, people will be able to find new games to play on the cloud-gaming platform. In addition, the update adds a better Streaming Statistics Overlay for server-side rendering frame rates.

The most important thing about the GFN platform’s new 2.0.40 update is the addition of the free-to-play, action RPG game Lost Ark to almost all of the devices that run it. 

When Amazon released the game, it didn’t have official macOS support. GFN members can now play the game on their Macs, though. The company has also added God of War and Dune: Spice Wars to its game library.

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